Based on a recent research finding, it concludes that Singaporeans are consuming well below the recommended serving of vegetables in our diet.
Those pathetic slices of cucumber with our chicken rice? Definitely not enough. Yet while vegetarian and vegan cuisines are growing in popularity, the general mindset towards our leafy greens are still “Huh? No meat? No thanks.”
We hope that with this list of casual vegetarian eateries in Singapore that won’t have your wallet take a beating, we could change your mind about meatless cuisine—however feeble the attempt you may think it is.
The night before Monday begins is when the blues start to reach their peak. You are trapped wide awake in the hours between midnight and dawn. You blame yourself for sleeping in on Sunday morning and napping so much even after that. Whatever you do, do not count sheep because focusing on the numbers keeps you awake.
How do you deal with Monday blues when they make you like a slob on the inside and out? Well, at least you are not alone because this is how our Mondays are.
The mala craze has not died down just yet and we are sure that many of you, just like us, find yourselves pining for some of that kick-throat spice in the middle of the day.
Gone are the days where you can solely get some of that devilishly hot goodness from a bowl of mala hotpot. Now, that addictive heat can be found in the form of unconventional items such as potato chips, popcorn, chicken wings and even pizza.
We have here a list of 9 favourites mala-inspired food that you can turn to for more of that mouth-numbing spice.
It is 5am and you’re just done with a long day after an entire night of OT (or partying and clubbing).
Hunger pangs start to kick in and while this definitely isn’t a problem for most of us during the daytime—given the countless edible options in our foodie nation—there would be a serious headache if you’re hungry during ungodly hours.
If you’re tired of calling up McDonald’s delivery services and are looking for something along the lines of a piping hot bowl of bak kut teh, fishball noodles or dim sum, fret not for here are 10 eateries in Singapore that are open 24/7.
Photo Credit: Tanglin Gin Singapore
Perhaps one of the first few cocktails you’d start with when you first hit a club would be the classic Gin and Tonic: a highball cocktail made with Gin and Tonic water poured over ice.
While we might have never actually given much thought to the origins of the spirits served— granted, alcohol is usually imported—you’d never actually expect to find a distillery on home ground.
Situated among dozens of other mini factories that churn out baked goods is where Tanglin Gin—a micro-distillery—produces what can be considered Singapore’s very own homemade gin. It’s rather surprising; really, how long it took for our first distillery to appear, considering how much of Singapore’s nightlife centres around drinking?
Famous US Burger Chain FIve Guys is coming to Singapore!
NYC burger institution Shake Shack has opened in Singapore in April 2019 at Jewel Changi Airport and it seems like that isn’t the end to the slew of overseas concepts coming to our little red dot.
If burgers are your thing, then you’d be glad to know that Five Guys—another popular US burger chain with over 1,600 restaurants worldwide, spanning North America, Europe and the Middle East—is opening in Singapore by Zouk Group.
Jurong East has grown over the past decade, and for those who stay in the West of Singapore, shopping is made convenient with malls such as JEM, JCube, Westgate, IMM, and Big Box.
Housing a slew of big brand names, Westies have few reasons to head all the way to town, be it for shopping or cafe-hopping.
Here is our list of cafes in Jurong East for you to stop over to chill at after shopping. They include bingsu places, intriguing Korean temple food, chocolate indulgence, and even a vegan ice-cream shop.
Good news for all cha chaan teng lovers—the renowned Tsui Wah will be opening their second outlet at Robinsons The Heeren soon!
After their first outlet at Clarke Quay, you can now enjoy Tsui Wah’s popular dishes—including the Swiss Sauce Chicken Wings, King Prawns in XO Sauce with Tossed Noodles and Hong Kong-style milk tea—in town.